Abu Ghraib has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'The Atlantic' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Abu Ghraib had the highest popularity figure in January last year.
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[...] , throw in the likes of Private Lynndie England, who rocketed to fame humiliating detainees at Abu Ghraib.) What explains the exceedingly modest payoff that America gets for the $600 billion-plus [...]
[...] . Susan Fiske illustrates how these social conformity pressures were played out for real at Abu Ghraib where US military guards abused their Muslim detainees. The American soldiers were operating [...]
[...] A. Graner was convicted of participating in the physical and sexual abuse of prisoners at Abu Ghraib—breaking the law, corrupting his unit, doing incalculable damage to America’s war effort, and [...]
[...] and the CIA committed a series of human rights violations against dozens of detainees in the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. They included physical and sexual abuse, torture, rape, sodomy, and murder. [...]
[...] and Shiites, full-scale civil war was averted, and Iraqi civilian deaths fell dramatically. In Abu Ghraib, Iraqi prisoners had been photographed in sordid masked ensembles. American guards released [...]
[...] forms of torture, such as those suffered by prisoners at the hands of U.S. soldiers in Iraq’s Abu Ghraib. The images that came from the prison were absurd, but real: the smiles of soldiers standing [...]
[...] , or sexual humiliation. This long, unbroken line of inhuman cruelty connects Nazi Germany to Abu Ghraib, and is an essential issue in today’s political landscape. http://rapidshare.com/files/ [...]
[...] employees raiding a branch for over a million dollars in February 2016. Private Contractors at Abu Ghraib Employees of private military companies CACI and Titan Corp. were involved in the Abu Ghraib [...]
[...] a funeral in the town of Maqdadiyah in Iraq's eastern province of Diyala, and other attacks in Abu Ghraib area and marketplace in Sadr City in Baghdad. "These outrageous attacks in Maqdadiyah [...]